Cirrus Dental Group was founded in 2016 by Dr. David Hart who has practiced in Great Bend for over 12 years. In 2015, Dr. Hart was able to realize his childhood dream, as well as his late father's life long dream, of becoming a pilot. This resulted in the purchase of his first aircraft, a used Cirrus SR22. The ability to utilize the airplane for travel with staff allowed Dr. Hart to expand and offer dental services to the extremely underserved population of Southwest Kansas, Southeast Colorado, and the panhandle of Oklahoma for over 6 years. Dr. Hart's late mother suffered from undiagnosed severe sleep apnea. This led Dr. Hart and the staff to become educated and add the treatment of sleep apnea via oral appliance therapy to the practice. In March 2022 Dr. Hart was appointed an assistant professor at the University of Kentucky College of Dentistry. He instructs there one week out of each month.

Our team is dedicated to help make your dental experience and expectation possible!

Our Story

Meet Our Team
David Hart, DDS

Dentist

Level 2 sedation permit

Assistant dental professor

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Ashley Leu, RDH

Dental Hygienist

Debbie Marshall

Dental Assistant 

Ashley Stroup

Chief Operating Officer

Becca Demel, RDH

Dental Hygienist

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Gladis Arellanes, RDH

Dental Hygienist

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Kylie Pfister

Dental Assistant

Supragingival Scaling Certified

Sue Brough

Front Desk Receptionist 

Office News:

Patty Steuder has worked in our office since 2006, with an overall career in  dental hygiene for over 40 years. We are so sad to see Patty go, but wish her the happiest retirement.

Happy Retirement:

Welcome to the office:

We are happy to welcome our newest members Gladis Arellanes and Ashley Leu to our offce.  Gladis is new to the hygiene world, graduating in 2021 from Flint Hills Technical College. While Ashley has worked as a hygienist for 14 years. These two girls have been a great addition for our patients!

University of Kentucky:

Dr. Hart recently became an assistant professor at the University of Kentucky College of Dentistry. He will travel there one week out of each month to help teach and mentor dental students. Go Cats!